Originally Posted by Q
I'm not sure if I completely understand your network infrastructure.
Are all of your severs and clients all on one subnet right now? Are they all on one switch right now? Do you have core routers, Layer 3 switches, etc?
Please detail your network and I'll get you set straight.
Ok...all of my servers and and clients are on one subnet right now. We have many switches and routers throughout our facility, but they are all unified.
I have servers that are connected to that subnet, but I want to have sort of a "backbone" network in which I can set the servers up on a separate set of IPs to do things like copying large files, backups, wsus, etc., without a large hit on my primary network and hindering traffic on that.
Does that help?